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Жозе Сарамаго

Дата рождения: 26. Ноябрь 1928
Дата смерти: 18. Июнь 2008

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Жозе́ де Со́за Сарама́го — португальский писатель и поэт, драматург и переводчик, лауреат Нобелевской премии по литературе . Основатель Национального фронта защиты культуры.

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Цитаты Жозе Сарамаго

„Men, forgive Him, for He knows not what He has done.“

—  José Saramago
The Gospel According to Jesus Christ (1991), Context: Jesus then realized he had been brought here under false pretences, as the lamb is led to sacrifice and that his life had been planned for death since the very beginning. Remembering the river of blood and suffering that would flow from his side and flood the entire earth, he called out to the open sky where God could be seen smiling, Men, forgive Him, for He knows not what He has done. p. 347; Jesus' last words from the cross.

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„Besides the conversation of women, it is dreams that keep the world in orbit.“

—  José Saramago
Baltasar and Blimunda (1982), Context: Besides the conversation of women, it is dreams that keep the world in orbit. But dreams also form a diadem of moons, therefore the sky is that splendour inside a man's head, if his head is not, in fact, his own unique sky. p. 107

„Every novel is like this, desperation, a frustrated attempt to save something of the past. Except that it still has not been established whether it is the novel that prevents man from forgetting himself or the impossibility of forgetfulness that makes him write novels.“

—  José Saramago
The History of the Siege of Lisbon (1989), Todo o romance é isso, desespero, intento frustrado de que o passado não seja coisa definitivamente perdida. Só não se acabou ainda de averiguar se é o romance que impede o homem de esquecer-se ou se é a impossibilidade do esquecimento que o leva a escrever romances. p. 47

„The following day, no one died.“

—  José Saramago
Death with Interruptions (2005), No dia seguinte, ninguém morreu. p. 1

„a waiting, stagnant darkness, thick and silent as the ocean deeps“

—  José Saramago
All the Names (1997), uma escuridão parada à espera, espessa e silenciosa como o fundo do mar p. 107

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„Deep down, I don't create anything. I'm just someone who simply lifts a rock and exposes what's beneath it. It's not my fault that monsters come out some times.“

—  José Saramago
Eu, no fundo, não invento nada. Sou apenas alguém que se limita a levantar uma pedra e a pôr à vista o que está por baixo. Não é minha culpa se de vez em quando me saem monstros. Quoted in the article Literatura: Saramago doutor honoris causa da Universidade Autónoma Madrid. Published by Rádio Mirasado. (March 15th, 2007)

„Inside us there is something that has no name, that something is what we are.“

—  José Saramago
Blindness (1995), Dentro de nós há uma coisa que não tem nome, essa coisa é o que somos. p. 276

„Our biggest tragedy is not knowing what to do with our lives.“

—  José Saramago
Nossa maior tragédia é não saber o que fazer com a vida. During the opening lecture of the course Literature and power. Lights and shadows, in the University Carlos III in Madrid. As quoted by Marco Aurélio Weissheimer in the article Saramago prega retorno à filosofia para salvar democracia, na Agência Carta Maior. (January 19th, 2004)

„Once the machine starts to fly, the heavens will be filled with music.“

—  José Saramago
Baltasar and Blimunda (1982), Voando a máquina, todo o céu será música. p. 165

„The question suddenly came into my head, 'And if we were all blind?' And then immediately, as if answering myself, 'But we are all blind.“

—  José Saramago
Um dia, sentado à mesa, pensei: E se fôssemos todos cegos? Imediatamente me veio a resposta: Nós somos todos cegos. On the idea for his next novel (Blindness), which came to him while sitting in a restaurant; New York Times interview with Alan Riding (1998), as quoted in Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies, 6th Edition (Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, 2001), p. 131.

„The universe has no news of our existence.“

—  José Saramago
O universo não tem notícia da nossa existência. Interview with Adelino Gomes, Público, 13 November, 2005.

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